IN THE PRESS

Protagon.gr: Special program of SolidarityNow for LGBTI refugees and asylum seekers

The portal protagon.gr hosts the press release for the specialized assistance program implemented by SolidarityNow for the LGBTI refugees and asylum seekers. The program’s aim is to cope with the double stigma (being both LGBTI and a refugee) that the members of this community must bear. hosts it in its website. See the whole article here

Athens Solidarity Center in ARTE TV

The important work and the services offered to thousands of beneficiaries in our Athens Solidarity Center, were presented through the extensive reportage of Franco-German channel ARTE,  by Adea Guillot. La Grèce, de zone de transit à terre d’accueil

To Vima: Bringing together blue dots for the support of refugee children

The newspaper TO VIMA publishes the detailed press release on the Blue Dot program, with all the information provided regarding the geographical spots of the mobile units as well as the free services for the beneficiaries. See the whole article here

Le Matin: Les Nouveaux De La Cour De Récré

Two-page tribute in the Swiss newspaper Le Matin, to the SolidarityNow hosting and accommodation program in Sindos, Thessaloniki. The report came after the journalist’s, Clea Favre, visit to the accommodation structure in Sindos. Read the full article below  Les Nouveaux De La Cour De Récré

Protagon.gr: Those who take our Humanitarian Award for 2016

Protagon.gr declares SolidarityNow, the NGO of the year 2016 and dedicates an extended article on the organization’s effective work in terms on both aspects of its operation; as the organization – umbrella providing support to other organizations with similar goals and its own work and implemented activities as an NGO. See the whole article here

Macedonia: A home away from home

The article entitled “A home away from home”, in the local press of Thessaloniki, Macedonia newspaper, concerns the accommodation structure for the refugees located in Sindos area and operated by SolidarityNow with the support of UNHCR. See the article here:  A home away from home